Monthly Archives: April 2017

Closing the Diabetes Disparities Gap – Huffington Post

Closing the Diabetes Disparities Gap
Huffington Post
African Americans and Hispanics are almost twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to be diagnosed with diabetes by a physician, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Minority Health and national examination surveys.

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Griffin to host talk on diabetes, foot health – CT Post


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Griffin to host talk on diabetes, foot health
CT Post
DERBY — The Diabetes Education & Support Group at Griffin Hospital will host a free presentations on foot health on Tuesday, May 9 at 2:30 p.m. at the hospital, 130 Division St., Derby. Podiatrist Dr. Luke Jeffries, of Yale Podiatry Group, will

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‘One Walk’ held to support Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – KSFY


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‘One Walk’ held to support Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
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Nearly 1500 people gathered at the Sioux Falls Arena Saturday in a walk to fight juvenile diabetes.
‘Help Me Howard’ team on hand for juvenile diabetes walk – WSVN-TV7News – WSVN-TV

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WellDoc, Samsung to partner diabetes tracking technology – Healio

WellDoc, Samsung to partner diabetes tracking technology
Healio
The partnership aims to integrate WellDoc’s consumer diabetes health app BlueStar C with Samsung Health and the company’s fitness tracking watches and gear. BlueStar C offers individuals with diabetes an app to track their disease management, including …

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Obesity Ups Diabetes Risk Among Living Kidney Donors – Renal and Urology News

Renal and Urology NewsObesity Ups Diabetes Risk Among Living Kidney DonorsRenal and Urology NewsOverweight and obesity are associated with higher risks of new-onset diabetes mellitus among living kidney donors (LKD), data presented at the 2017 American… Continue reading

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SPACE COAST DAILY HEALTH SPOTLIGHT: The ‘Art’ of Diabetes Control – SpaceCoastDaily.com


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SPACE COAST DAILY HEALTH SPOTLIGHT: The ‘Art’ of Diabetes Control
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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Most people know that diabetes is a disease involving sugar and that some people are born with it (type 1 diabetes) and others develop it later in life, perhaps after many years of not watching what they eat and maybe …

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New Virginia law relief for families involved with Type 1 diabetes … – The Daily Progress


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New Virginia law relief for families involved with Type 1 diabetes …
The Daily Progress
Jenny Natividad of Stafford County grew so concerned about her 8-year-old’s health that she visited her at school every day. She had more than a dozen …
New artificial pancreas may effectively treat diabetes in kids, Health …ETHealthworld.com
Would you know the warning signs of diabetes? – Sunderland EchoSunderland Echo
‘It’s not a barrier in life’ – Theresa May opens up on Type 1 diabetes …AOL UK

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Diabetes is a Killer. – ThyBlackMan

ThyBlackManDiabetes is a Killer.ThyBlackMan(BlackFitness101.com) Diabetes is a disease that kills. Many people live with it, and can offset some of its symptoms through exercise, diet and additional lifestyle changes. It is a disease in some cases that… Continue reading

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Extension offering free diabetes education – WJBC News

Extension offering free diabetes education
WJBC News
EUREKA – The local University of Illinois Extension is providing information to get a handle on diabetes. The Extension is offering “I on Diabetes,” a four-part series beginning May 1 in Eureka. Jenna Smith, nutrition and wellness educator and

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Trial to study subcutaneous ICD in patients with diabetes, MI commences – Healio

Trial to study subcutaneous ICD in patients with diabetes, MI commencesHealioThe study, MADIT S-ICD, will enroll participants aged 65 years and older with a history of prior MI, diabetes and moderately reduced left ventricular ejection fraction to stud… Continue reading

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